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Burmese migrants headed toward Malaysia arrested in Songkhla


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Police arrest a group of Burmese migrants and an alleged guide from Myanmar in Songkhla’s Hat Yai district. Officers say the guide was leading the migrants from Moulmein, a city on Myanmar’s western coast, then across the Thai border to the southern province Ranong, headed toward Malaysia where they had jobs lined up. The migrants allegedly told police that they had paid 15,000 baht each to job brokers. Border patrol has tightened along Thailand’s natural crossings to Myanmar and Malaysia in an effort to prevent Covid-19 from seeping in Thailand’s porous borders. In just the past 4 days, more than […]

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